Thresholds of Light

“Lookout, how much is left of the night? Lookout, how much is left of the night?” The lookout answers: “The morning will come and the evening will come too. If you want to ask again, come back and ask”

(The prophet Isaiah, 8th century BC)

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Jose Arregi

I’m glad that chance – it is a way to say we ignore why- has wanted our paths to meet here, and now. In fact, we have been walking together since always.

Together we seek light between shadows; together we conceive a fairer and happier humanity in agreement with all living beings.

Thanks!

If you want to accompany me, it will be a pleasure.

I wish you Peace and Well.